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The Premier – South Tipperary News (Issue 4)
The fourth issue of The Premier free local newspaper is now available in local shops and is also available online by CLICKING HERE

The Premier – South Tipperary News (Issue 4)
The fourth issue of The Premier free local newspaper is now available in local shops and is also available online by CLICKING HERE

You can also visit The Premier newspaper's website for further details of distribution in your area or for submitting articles or photographs for publication.

You can also visit The Premier newspaper's website for further details of distribution in your area or for submitting articles or photographs for publication.

'Big Picture' – U14 South Football Champions 1979

Fethard Under-14 South Football Champions – 1979
Fethard U14 football team, South Champions in 1979, with Gerard Murphy as captain. The team was photographed in March 1980 at the presentation to the Fethard U13 Community Games team who were also Champions in 1980.
Back L to R: Seamus Hackett, Brian Higgins, John Pollard, Pat Sheehan, Tommy Sheehan, John Sheehan (Killusty), Liam Connolly, Eddie Sheehan, J. Brett, Danny Mullins, Brian Burke, Liam Harrington, Michael O’Meara, William Connolly, Bro. James Moran. Seated L to R: T. O’Brien, Tony Flanagan, Johnny Connolly, Dermot Hackett, Peter O’Dwyer, Gerry Murphy (captain), John Hackett, Willie O’Meara, Michael O’Riordan, Chris Coen. Front L to R: Paul Mullins and Adrian Pollard.

You can zoom in closer to see more detail by clicking the photograph to zoom-in and double-clicking the photograph to zoom-out. If you can help with further information please let us know. Your comments, names or corrections are always welcome to: fethardnews@gmail.com

GAA Sports Development Lotto
Fethard GAA Sports Lotto draw results for Friday, August 13, are as follows: the numbers drawn were: 14, 25, 28 and 35. There was no jackpot winner and one ‘match three’ winner who received €150: Conor O’Donnell, Slanestown, Fethard. Three Lucky Dip Winners who received €50 each: Donal Tobin, Killerk, Fethard; Dinny Burke, Red City, Fethard; and Sinead Moroney, Drangan.

The committee of Fethard GAA Sports Centre Development Lotto would like to thank all our supporters near and far who participate in our weekly lotto draw. The next draw takes place on Friday, August 20, when the jackpot is €30,000 and the seller's prize is €1,000. The funds raised are used to promote sport in the local community.

Parish Church Lotto Draw Results
Congrats to Seamus Barry, this week's winner of €30 in the Parish Lotto
Congrats to Seamus Barry, this week's winner of €30 in the Parish Lotto

There was no winner of this week's Parish Lotto on Thursday, August 12. The winning numbers were 9, 11, 14 and 24. The winner of the weekly draw of €30 was Seamus Barry. Next week's Jackpot for Thursday, August 19, will be €1,450. Thanks to all for your continued support.

Please pass the word on and invite friends and family to take part. You can help our Parish in a real, practical way.  Thank you for your support and the best of luck in the weekly draw. PLAY OUR LOTTO NOW.

Died Recently
The late Dr. Ray Howard, who died on Wednesday, August 11, 2021The death has occurred on Wednesday, August 11, 2021, of Dr Ray Howard, Burke Street, Fethard, peacefully, at South Tipperary General Hospital after a short illness. Ray is survived by his daughter Lisa Jane, son Daragh and his grandchildren Aoife and Cormac.

The Funeral Mass will take place at St Mary's Church, Irishtown, Clonmel, at 12pm on Saturday, August 14, followed by burial in St Patrick's Cemetery. Covid restrictions apply to the Funeral Mass, which can be watched on churchservices.tv/clonmel.

Messages of support and condolences for the family may be left online by CLICKING HERE.

Part-time Bus Escorts required for Fethard School
Holy Trinity National School Fethard require two part-time Bus Escorts on the school bus service for children attending the school.The position will require the successful candidates to be available to work between 1-2 hours in the morning and 1-2 hours in the afternoon, Monday to Friday during School Year. The route will start and finish in Fethard each day.

Contact Triona Morrisson for further details. Email: office@holytrinitynsfethard.com or by Tel: (052) 6131493.

Holy Trinity National School Fethard require two part-time Bus Escorts on the school bus service for children attending the school.The position will require the successful candidates to be available to work between 1-2 hours in the morning and 1-2 hours in the afternoon, Monday to Friday during School Year. The route will start and finish in Fethard each day.

Contact Triona Morrisson for further details. Email: office@holytrinitynsfethard.com or by Tel: (052) 6131493.

Died Recently
The late Willie McGrath, Coleman, who died on Monday, August 9, 2021.The death has occurred on Monday, August 9, 2021, of William McGrath, Coleman, Fethard, formerly of Dromomarka, Aherlow.

Willie is predeceased by his brother Stephen. He will be sadly missed by his wife Breda and children Declan, Niamh, Deirdre and Aoife and his friends. May his soul rest in peace.

Funeral Mass will take place on Wednesday morning, August 11, at 11.30am at the Parish Church, Clerihan, Clonmel, with burial afterwards in Bansha Cemetery.

Messages of condolence can be left online by CLICKING HERE

Fethard & Killusty Community Games GAA
Fethard & Killusty U10 football team winners of South semi-final played against Mullinahone. Front L to R: Harry Kelly, Harry Walsh, Jake Daniels, Harry Aherne, Jack Moloney, Jayden Coffey-Setters, Callum Prout. Back L to R: Cian Connolly, Tristan Byrne, Cillian McCarthy, Kevin Connolly, Adam Ward, Fionn O'Meara and Cian Strappe.  Sam Walsh was absent for photograph.
Fethard & Killusty U10 football team winners of South semi-final played against Mullinahone. Front L to R: Harry Kelly, Harry Walsh, Jake Daniels, Harry Aherne, Jack Moloney, Jayden Coffey-Setters, Callum Prout. Back L to R: Cian Connolly, Tristan Byrne, Cillian McCarthy, Kevin Connolly, Adam Ward, Fionn O'Meara and Cian Strappe.  Sam Walsh was absent for photograph.

Best of Luck to Fethard/Killusty Community Games GAA teams that are doing so well in the championships. The under 10 boys football team have defeated Bansha and Mullinahone and will play Powerstown/Lisronagh in the South final. Fethard U4 girls football team defeated Drangan / Cloneen and New Inn / Knockgraffon in their games. They will now play Boherlahan in the South Final. The County Finals of all GAA Games will take place in Moycarkey GAA Grounds, Littleton on Saturday, August 21.

Fethard Killusty U14 Girls football team winners of south semi-final played against New Inn. Back L to R: Erin Carroll, Meadbh Collum, Anna Hayes, Lauren Connolly, Grace Coen, Isobel Herbert, Emily Clancy, Meah Cuddihy. Front L to R: Roisin Tyrell, Roisin Purcell, Emily Holohan, Miley Morrissey, Emaleigh Cuddihy and Cara Green-Egan.
Fethard Killusty U14 Girls football team winners of south semi-final played against New Inn. Back L to R: Erin Carroll, Meadbh Collum, Anna Hayes, Lauren Connolly, Grace Coen, Isobel Herbert, Emily Clancy, Meah Cuddihy. Front L to R: Roisin Tyrell, Roisin Purcell, Emily Holohan, Miley Morrissey, Emaleigh Cuddihy and Cara Green-Egan.


Tag Rugby
The county Finals of the U11 and U14 Tag Rugby between Fethard and Cashel in both events will take place in Fethard Community Sportsfield on Thursday evening, August 12, at 7pm.

Charlie O'Flynn (center), winner of U8 Art event was presented with his county medal at a special celebration in Thurles on Saturday, August 7. He is pictured above with his brothers George and Gus.
Charlie O'Flynn (center), winner of U8 Art event was presented with his county medal at a special celebration in Thurles on Saturday, August 7. He is pictured above with his brothers George and Gus.

County Athletics
The Main part of the County Athletics will take place in Templemore on next Saturday, August 14. Athletes entered from Fethard / Killusty are; Girls U8 60m, Zara Thompson; U10 100m, Zoe Thompson; U14 100m, Claire Fitzgerald. Boys U10 100m, Even Allen; U12 100m, Aaron Allen; U12 600m, Ronan O'Meara; U16 1500m, Mark O'Meara. Mark's event will take place in Moyne on Sunday evening. The six other competitors’ events are taking place in Templemore on Saturday morning.

The complete programme of events are posted on Fethard & Killusty Community Games Facebook page and also on Tipperary Community Games Facebook page. Best of Luck to all.

Portrait of Fethard’s Archbishop Everard presented to FHC Experience
Full group of Everard family photographed with representatives of Fethard Historical Society and Fethard Horse Country Experience at the presentation of a portrait of Fethard’s Archbishop Everard to Fethard Horse Country Experience.
Full group of Everard family photographed with representatives of Fethard Historical Society and Fethard Horse Country Experience at the presentation of a portrait of Fethard’s Archbishop Everard to Fethard Horse Country Experience.


There was a homecoming event of a different kind on last Wednesday evening, July 28, when Tom Everard, his wife Mary and the extended Everard family from County Tipperary, visited the Fethard Horse Country Experience. They brought with them, a portrait of Archbishop Patrick Everard, who was born in Fethard, which they have donated in perpetuity to the museum to mark the bicentenary of his death on March 31, 1821. In line with Covid-19 guidelines, it was very much an ‘in house’ event; restricted numbers and all necessary protocols re social distancing, hand sanitising etc. were observed.

Mary Hanrahan, FHC Experience, welcomed the Everard family and noted how appropriate it was that Archbishop Everard’s portrait should be displayed in the Tholsel (Fethard Town Hall) since this building was originally built by Sir John Everard in 1608 as an Almshouse. The foundation plaque on the facade of the building was erected by Amy Everard in 1645 in honour of her husband, also John Everard, and his grandfather. Local tradition tells us that the Augustinian Fr. William Tirry, was also present to bless the building when the plaque was installed. The facade also bears the arms of John Everard impaled with those of his wife Amy Everard, daughter of Viscount Roche of Fermoy. Mary also pointed out that the family has a modern connection to the town as Tom’s brother Fr. Liam Everard has been parish priest in Fethard since 2017.
Photographed at the presentation of a portrait of Fethard’s Archbishop Everard to Fethard Horse Country Experience are Back L to R: Fr. Liam Everard P.P. Fethard & Killusty; Maurice Moloney (FHC Experience); Mary Hanrahan (FHC Experience); Terry Cunningham (Fethard Historical Society); Mary Healy (Fethard Historical Society). In front are Mary and Tom Everard from Templetuohy, who presented the portrait to Fethard Horse Country Experience.
Photographed at the presentation of a portrait of Fethard’s Archbishop Everard to Fethard Horse Country Experience are Back L to R: Fr. Liam Everard P.P. Fethard & Killusty; Maurice Moloney (FHC Experience); Mary Hanrahan (FHC Experience); Terry Cunningham (Fethard Historical Society); Mary Healy (Fethard Historical Society). In front are Mary and Tom Everard from Templetuohy, who presented the portrait to Fethard Horse Country Experience.

Maurice Moloney, FHCE committee, then spoke briefly about the restoration of the building and the installation of the current interactive museum. The exhibits narrate the history of Fethard coupled with the history of the horse in the area through the ages. There are, of course, numerous references to the Everards throughout the exhibition. He, too, welcomed the addition of the Everard portrait to the FHC Experience’s collection of artefacts.
 
Finally, Tom Everard told the story of his ancestor Archbishop Patrick Everard and explained how his portrait came into their possession. On the occasion of his death on March 31, 1821, the Archbishop bequeathed £10,000 for the establishment of a college in Thurles for the education of Catholic youth in general and of future priests in particular. As a result of this bequest, St Patrick’s College Thurles was opened in 1837.

Tom Everard (left) photographed holding the portrait with Donal Sorohan, Contemporary Artist Clonmel.
Tom Everard (left) photographed holding the portrait with Donal Sorohan, Contemporary Artist Clonmel.

In 2016, the college was incorporated into MIC Limerick. As a result, it was possible for Fr. Liam Everard P.P. to acquire the portrait of his ancestor that had graced the halls of the building since its foundation. The portrait is quite fragile, not surprising given its age, so the Everard family commissioned Clonmel artist, Dónal Sorahan, to reproduce the original in pastels. A print of this new copy was then made to be presented to the FHC Experience. The presentation of the portrait of Archbishop Patrick Everard took place outside on the decking overlooking the medieval Holy Trinity Church.

Following light refreshments, the visitors watched the audio-visual presentation and were given a guided tour of the building. The portrait is now displayed in the window embrasure adjacent to the café area and everyone is welcome to pop in to the FHC Experience to view the portrait and to learn a little about this eminent son of Fethard

Portrait in Celebration of the Bicentenary of the Death of a famous Fethard Man, Archbishop Patrick Everard, Archbishop of Cashel 1820-1821; Coadjutor Bishop 1814-1820. Portrait painted by Donal Sorohan, Contemporary Artist Clonmel.
Portrait in Celebration of the Bicentenary of the Death of a famous Fethard Man, Archbishop Patrick Everard, Archbishop of Cashel 1820-1821; Coadjutor Bishop 1814-1820. Portrait painted by Donal Sorohan, Contemporary Artist Clonmel.

Archbishop Patrick Everard biography
Patrick Everard was born in Fethard circa 1751. According to Richard Everard’s account of his life, Patrick’s father’s identity is unclear. He was probably either a George or a Patrick Everard and was engaged in tanning and the leather trade in Fethard. His mother was an O’Meagher of Kilmoyler, Co Tipperary. The young Patrick was educated in a local classical school, and he then studied for the priesthood at the Irish College in Salamanca from 1778. Coincidentally, Fr. John Ryan, the priest who built the current Holy Trinity RC church in 1818-‘19 also studied for the priesthood in Salamanca. His sojourn there is believed to have influenced the architecture of the church facade.
Patrick Everard was ordained in the church of San Ildefonso, Salamanca in May 1784. He was President of the Irish College Salamanca for a short while before deciding to return to Ireland. On his way home, he stopped in Bordeaux to visit friends and was asked to become President of the Irish College there. He fulfilled this role for ten years until the college was suppressed by the French revolutionary authorities in 1794. During this period, he was also appointed vicar general by the imprisoned Archbishop of Bordeaux, Mgr de Ceci, and entrusted with the administration of the archdiocese. In October 1793, Fr. Everard had a narrow escape when an armed mob attempted to seize him. The story goes that it was thanks to the fact that his soutane was so worn and old that it tore off in the hands of his assailants, giving him the opportunity to escape.

He then returned to Spain and went from there to England where he purchased a Jesuit boarding school in Ulverston, Lancashire. Dr. Everard ran the school for the next fifteen years, educating the sons of the Catholic English aristocracy. On June 29, 1810, the Irish bishops appointed him president of Maynooth College.

In October 1814, he was appointed coadjutor to Thomas Bray, Archbishop of Cashel and Emly, with the right of succession. On April 23, 1815 he was consecrated in Cork. Eventually, on December 9, 1820, he succeeded Archbishop Bray. Unfortunately, he was Archbishop of Cashel and Emly for less than four months, as he died on March 31, 1821. He is buried in the Church of St. John the Baptist, Cashel. His grave is marked by two simple memorial stones: one on the floor bearing the inscription Beneath are the remains of Archbishop Everard and the other on the south wall of the church near the grave Beneath are the remains of Most Rev. Patrick Everard D.D., coadjutor archbishop 1814-1820, archbishop of Cashel and Emly 1820-1821.

When St. Patrick’s College, Thurles was opened in 1837 a marble bust was put up in the college chapel in memory of Archbishop Patrick Everard. His portrait was hung in the main hall and another portrait of him was displayed in Maynooth College. The picture now on display in the Fethard Horse Country Experience is a copy of the original Thurles portrait of Archbishop Patrick Everard.

Charity Walk in memory of Catriona Boland
Join us for a 5km or 10km Charity Walk on August 29, in aid of CARE Cancer Support Centre Clonmel and in memory of Catriona Boland. The first €800 will go towards a memorial bench in Fethard Town Park.

Join us for a 5km or 10km Charity Walk on August 29, in aid of CARE Cancer Support Centre Clonmel and in memory of Catriona Boland. The first €800 will go towards a memorial bench in Fethard Town Park.

Due to Covid restrictions we have a few options available:

  1. In person walk. Leaving from both Fethard and Drangan. For Fethard walkers, you will be leaving from the Abbey, walking 2.5km / 5km and back. For Drangan walkers you will be leaving from Drangan Hall, walking 2.5km / 5km and back.
  2. Virtual Walk. For anyone who wants to take part but isn’t available on the day you can do the walk virtually anytime before September 6th! Send us pictures from your walk and we’ll post them on our page if you want. Entry Fee is €10 and sponsorship cards available!

You can also donate to our GoFundMe page by CLICKING HERE Chloe Boland is the organiser of this fundraiser.



Faces and Places from the Past

The following are a selection of photographs of faces and places taken in our locality that may bring back memories to many of our readers and visitors to fethard.com Please send any comments or photo information, names and event, to fethardnews@gmail.com

Fethard & District Photos from the past . . .

This week we have a selection of photographs taken at Killusty Pony Show held on Saturday, July 11, 1987, and if you can help with names, comments or further information, we would love to hear from you. Email: fethardnews@gmail.com

25th Annual Killusty Irish Pony Society Show– July 11, 1987

Despite a nearly shower the weather cleared sufficiently to allow a pleasant day for the 25th Annual Killusty Irish Pony Society Show (Southern Region) held at the showgrounds Killusty on Saturday, July 11, 1987. The picturesque county Tipperary venue beneath the shades of famous Slievenamon was an ideal setting for the silver jubilee event. Contributing to the success of the show also was the large entry of top-quality ponies in all classes.

Gus Keane's mare and foal, photographed with his niece Margaret O’Donnell and Michael Byrne from Killusty, at the Pony Show, on Saturday, July 11, 1987.
Gus Keane's mare and foal, photographed with his niece Margaret O’Donnell and Michael Byrne from Killusty, at the Pony Show, on Saturday, July 11, 1987.

Mrs J. Wilkinson, winner of the Side-Saddle Class 21 event for 4-year old ponies and over, sponsored by Mr & Mrs E.J. O’Grady, Killeens, Ballynonty, being presented with her prize at Killusty Pony Show, held on Saturday, July 11, 1987.Mrs J. Wilkinson, winner of the Side-Saddle Class 21 event for 4-year old ponies and over, sponsored by Mr & Mrs E.J. O’Grady, Killeens, Ballynonty, being presented with her prize at Killusty Pony Show, held on Saturday, July 11, 1987.


Young spectators at Killusty Pony Show July 1987. L to R: Martha Williams, Claire Williams. Valerie Allen and Serena Prout.

Maybe you can identify some of the people in this photograph? If you can please let us know . . . Drop us an Email to: fethardnews@gmail.com
Maybe you can identify some of the people in this photograph? If you can please let us know . . . Drop us an Email to: fethardnews@gmail.com

Pamela Burke on her pony ‘Molly’ at Killusty Pony Show July 1987
Pamela Burke on her pony ‘Molly’ at Killusty Pony Show July 1987

Fancy Dress and Dog Show
The fancy dress parade saw a magnificent turn out of colour and some most entertaining groups and individuals and the judges were certainly set a difficult task in deciding the winners. Indeed, every entry merited a prize, but the overall aspect was the spirit and fun of the occasion which comes to be a very important part of the Killusty Show.

I wonder is he old enough to enter in the Dog Show? (July 1987)
I wonder is he old enough to enter in the Dog Show? (July 1987)

‘Spanish Riding School’ - Little Miss Emily Graafland showing off one of her riding tricks that she performed as part of her entry in the Killusty Pony Show fancy dress parade held on Saturday, July 11, 1987.
‘Spanish Riding School’ - Little Miss Emily Graafland showing off one of her riding tricks that she performed as part of her entry in the Killusty Pony Show fancy dress parade held on Saturday, July 11, 1987.

Fancy Dress Entry at Killusty Pony Show, July 11, 1987. Maybe you can identify some of the people in this photograph? If you can please let us know . . . Drop us an Email to: fethardnews@gmail.com
Fancy Dress Entry at Killusty Pony Show, July 11, 1987. Maybe you can identify some of the people in this photograph? If you can please let us know . . . Drop us an Email to: fethardnews@gmail.com

Rita Hickey and her dog Toby entering the Dog Show Entry at Killusty Pony Show July 1987.
Rita Hickey and her dog Toby entering the Dog Show Entry at Killusty Pony Show July 1987.

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